ENZED V8 Supercar Dunlop Series driver Cameron Waters re wrote the record books with a dominant
display at the 100th race of the Dunlop development series by winning all three races at Barbagallo
Raceway last weekend May 1st – June 3rd.
Waters was rarely challenged in any of the weekend’s three 28-lap races and won
each of them by a crushing margin, including the fourth-biggest winning margin in
Dunlop Series history which Waters produced in the third and final race.
Waters also became the first driver to ‘clean sweep’ three Dunlop Series races in a
weekend since 2009, and now leads the series standings by 76 points heading into
the third round at Winton Raceway.
Although beaten to pole position by Chris Pither who qualified just 0.0542s faster,
and struggling for traction off the starting line, the ENZED pilot slipped back to third
place which he tenaciously defended from two times series Champion and Red Bull Racing Australia
Co- driver Paul Dumbrell around the outside of the opening corner. Waters quickly moved into his
stride though, overtaking Jack Le Brocq for second on lap four and wearing down race leader Pither
on lap 10. The opposition saw little of the 808/FG01 chassis thereafter, as the PRA young gun
cantered to a 6.7s victory.
Sunday morning’s Race 2 saw a resumption of Waters’ dominant form. After winning
the start, he controlled the lead for all 28 laps to head home Pither by 3.4s.
Waters saved his most dominant display for Race 3, with another lights-to-flag by
victory - this time by a whopping 16.4s over nearest series rival Paul Dumbrell - and
a fastest lap by more than 0.4s to truly underscore his and Team ENZED PRA’s
domination of the event.
“What a mega weekend, I don’t think it couldn’t have been much better! I’m so happy
for the team, and for ENZED. To be honest, we have had the pace to deliver a result
like this for a while, but this weekend it finally came together for a full round.
“I can’t say enough about the team and the ENZED Ford they gave me this weekend.
The car was not just fast but consistent and we managed the tyres perfectly which is
the biggest factor at this circuit with three 28-lap races. Best of all we are leading the
series for the first time and we now head to Winton, where I won my first race in the
DVS last year. If we can keep this going I will be stoked.”